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Baptist Health Systems Expands Positions Healthcare Professionals in San Antonio

San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) May 15, 2013

The healthcare industry is one of the only industries that are projected to grow by leaps and bounds in the coming decade. To prepare for this growth, Baptist Health Systems in San Antonio, TX are putting out a call to all manner of healthcare jobs. In the exciting field of healthcare, Baptist Health Systems offers opportunity and professional experience to talented professionals in the San Antonio, TX community. In order to attract top applicants, Baptist is offering a comprehensive benefits package and advancement opportunities.

As a country, Americans spend massive amounts of money on healthcare. A multi-trillion dollar industry, some of the most recent figures point that Americans spent over $2.6 trillion on healthcare in 2010 alone. This industry is only expected to grow as the massive Baby Boomer population seeks more preventative medicine and treatments. Another recent study posits that the healthcare industry will add as much as 5.6 million jobs before 2020. These are highly skilled, well paying jobs that will boost the economy and enrich the lives of millions of Americans as both patients and career practitioners.

Baptist Health Systems has recognized this trending need for qualified personnel in advance and aims to stay at the head of the curve in terms of hiring talented professionals. With a standardized hiring process created in partnership with Gallup, Baptist Health has created hiring criteria based upon performance, statistical indication of future performance, and cultivation of a productive and a healthy workplace. Applications are screened by a recruitment officer and applicants are interviewed to gauge the sought after criteria for the positions that are being filled.

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